Acrylic Blend Sweaters(184 items)
Welcome to NOVICA's Acrylic Blend Sweater Collection designed and crafted for you by talented artisans worldwide.
Featured Reviews on Acrylic Blend Sweaters
One of my favorite sweaters for work
Zip front makes it a great alternative to a blazer. Neutral yet with character, soft and wee-crafted
Simply gorgeous and beautiful
I bought this long cardigan 2 years ago and have worn it year round ever since. The color is classic and it goes with everything. It feels a tiny bit scratchy at first but is natural fabric feel that I find fades with time. I highly recommend this piece.
This is a stunning sweater. Its lightweight and can be layered. Its beautifully made and soft to the touch. Would recommend and purchase from this artist again.
"I think what I like best about my work is seeing a design come to life in fleece. My greatest challenge in this art is to keep myself constantly changing."
Popular Acrylic Blend Sweaters
Etruscan Cozy Cardigan, "Etruscan Cozy"$175
This flowing open cardigan translates patterns found on 4th century B.C. Etruscan ceramics into a remarkably soft jacquard knit. The acrylic blend has the feel of mohair and the warm neutral hue will prove a versatile addition to your cool-weather wardrobe. It makes a great layer for air travel, providing blanket-like comfort on the flight but taking you straight to your destination in style.
Jauja Alpaca Cardigan, "Jauja Lace"$159
The Peruvian town of Jauja briefly flourished as the capital of Spanish Peru. The Inca riches that Pizarro and his men found there even led to the legend that Jauja was a land of luxury. "Pais de Jauja" has become a Spanish expression for a mythical land of leisure and excess, but today the real Jauja is a quiet colonial town with fewer than 20,000 residents. The lacy patterns on our alpaca-blend cardigan are inspired by the Baroque and Rococo architecture of the 1564 Jauja Cathedral. The tan and ivory sweater features a hidden front zipper.
Alpaca Blend Zip-Front Cardigan from Peru, "Aymara"
High in the Peruvian Altiplano, people have been using soft, durable alpaca fiber to make warm yet lightweight garments for centuries. Benita Cutipa uses an alpaca blend to create this lively zip-front cardigan. Geometric patterns inspired by ancient textiles stand out against a black background.